Managing radioactive waste

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Managing radioactive waste. / Noynaert, Luc; Cornelissen, René (Peer reviewer).

Managing Nuclear projects. 1. ed. Cambridge, United Kingdom : WP - Woodhead Publishing, 2013. p. 177-195 (Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy; No. 60).

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Harvard

Noynaert, L & Cornelissen, R 2013, Managing radioactive waste. in Managing Nuclear projects. 1 edn, Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy, no. 60, WP - Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, United Kingdom, pp. 177-195.

APA

Noynaert, L., & Cornelissen, R. (2013). Managing radioactive waste. In Managing Nuclear projects (1 ed., pp. 177-195). (Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy; No. 60). WP - Woodhead Publishing.

Vancouver

Noynaert L, Cornelissen R. Managing radioactive waste. In Managing Nuclear projects. 1 ed. Cambridge, United Kingdom: WP - Woodhead Publishing. 2013. p. 177-195. (Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy; 60).

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Noynaert, Luc ; Cornelissen, René. / Managing radioactive waste. Managing Nuclear projects. 1. ed. Cambridge, United Kingdom : WP - Woodhead Publishing, 2013. pp. 177-195 (Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy; 60).

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